Anishinaabe Radio News

This week's episode focuses on the history and importance of the jingle dress.

April Lindala discusses a report recently released in response to the National Inquiry into the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada. 

This week's episode is a discussion of the World Indigenous Tourism Alliance.

Native poet Joy Harjo has won the 2019 Jackson Poetry Prize.

First Nations STEM from Ontario competes as the first-ever all-Native team at the Robotics World Championship.

This week's episode talks about musician Obie B. Sullivan and the Native American band XIT. 

Wings of America uses running to help educate Native youth about their options in life.

For the first time ever, a play-by-play announcer has called an NHL hockey game in the Plains Cree language. 

This episode focuses on Jeremy Dutcher, a tenor who has won awards for his debut album sung entirely in the indigenous language Wolastoqey. 

Jolonzo Guy-Goldtooth of the Dine' Tribe makes his mark in the fashion world.